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70c is fine. Intel specs the maximum reccomended temp at 72,6C, but you're probably fine at up to 85c, as long as you don't run it 24/7 at that and don't go crazy on the vcore.

EDIT: Yeah, you can probably take it down a bit, I doubt you need 1,3vcore for 3,7Ghz. Try 1.22-1.25 or so and see if it's stable
tCase isn't for the cores, it's for the IHS on the CPU. Add about another 20-25C onto that and you have the maximum safe operating temperature.

Intel set the Throttle Limit to 95C on Sandybridge for a reason; This reason specifically is to PREVENT damage before it occurs.
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my board overvolted to 1.35V on auto for stock 3.8ghz. hit 62C in prime. perfectly safe, but jesus. stupid auto.
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why dont you go to 4.5 ghz, nothing wrong anyway you paid for it.

and you should be able to get to 4.5 ghz around 1.28V - 1.35V at load

so try with 1.3 or 1.32V at load
i dont know about LLC (load line caliber), voltage drop at load in Sabretooth.
Enable medium load line - vdroop
and use vcore of 1.355. if its stable at boot and load then reduce voltage supplied (@BIOS)
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